Cancer cells are abnormal in that they do not respond to the body's internal and external symbols. When normal cells touch other cells, they stop dividing but, cancer cells don't stop dividing. They pile up causing many problems.
Cells stop growing at a certain size because as they grow larger, they become less efficient because it take longer for the materials that enter the cell to reach the center to be distributed.
Sex cells have 1/2 the number of chromosomes of a normal cell (23)
Haploid cells, as opposed to diploid cells. Haploid cells contain only 23 chromosomes, but normal diploid cells contain 46 chromosomes.
Yes fungi stops growing but only after the reproduction conditions are insufficient in terms of temperature and pH. If you keep fungi in refrigerator, it will not die but will only stop reproducing. If taken out then after sometimes it will again start reproducing.
yes, they stop growing. This property of them is called CONTACT INHIBITATION. Cancer cells lose this property.
I don't think so at all.
Normal cells stop growing when they encounter another cell.
depends on the genetic code inside the nucleus
because when cells come in contact with each other the cells stop growing
everybody is born with cancer cell. No cancer does not start when cells have stoped growing and dividing. it is simply because the cancer cells are getting agrrivated witch makes it start.
No, it is about normal.
When the cells grow large enough they will split.
they stop growing
Normal cells stop growing and reproducing once their plasma membrane comes into contact with that of another cell. Cancer cells don't. They continue to grow into other cells, taking over and often destroying the other cells, creating a tumor.
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